This quick and easy granola makes for a decadent Greek yogurt topping (make it plain because this granola provides plenty of sweetness!) or a savored gift when packed in a mason jar and tied with ribbon. You can also use it as a crunchy chia seed pudding topping, stir it into your pancake mix, or even use it as an oatmeal topper. The possibilities are endless! Comment below to let me know how you like to enjoy your granola!
Adapted from the granola recipe that is gifted guests of the Eleven Madison Park restaurant in Manhattan, this granola can be enjoyed by my low FODMAP friends, as well as anyone else! A simple swap of pecans for pistachios and dried cranberries for dried cherries and we’re there! I also decreased the salt and sugar amounts for this dietitian’s taste buds. Feel free to experiment with different nuts, seeds, and dried fruit to customize it to your liking!
This is not a low calorie, low sugar, or low fat granola, but boy is it tasty! As we dietitians like to say, “everything in moderation.” Keep that portion size in check and crunch away!